More about RF Power Dividers
RF Power Dividers are passive devices that split an input signal into two or more output signals with minimal losses. Usually the input signal is split into signals of equal amplitude based on the configuration of the device, however there are also some unequal power splitters that split a signal into a certain power ratio or phase ratio.
Configuration: This is the number of ways the input signal is split by the power divider.
Power: This is the input power that can be handled by the device.
Insertion Loss: The signal lost when one signal is converted into multiple signals is called insertion loss, it is measured in dB.
Package Type: There are a number of package options for microwave power dividers such as Module with Connector, Surface Mount, Plug-In, Flat Pack and Drop In.
Connectors: If the Package type is Module with connector, users can specify the type of connector they need for their application.
Impedance: Power Dividers are usually available in 50 Ohm and 75 Ohm configurations.
There are power dividers from over 50 manufacturers listed on everything RF. Once a configuration is selected, the parametric search tool can be used to narrow down the product list based on the requirement - Download datasheets, request quotations and compare products.